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A Peek into the Season

108 Contemporary Kite and Natani Notah: In The Realm of MiraclesAug. 5-Sept. 25 Donald G. Longcrier: Sin TituloOct. 7-Nov. 23 VisionMakers 2022Dec. 2-Jan. 22 AHHA Tulsa Sticker Book –...

A Look Inside Native America

What’s New? The Oklahoma economy is booming, thanks in part to a variety of infrastructure projects spearheaded by Native American Nations. For example, the Choctaw...

A Glimpse Ahead

Destiny ReyesUnion High School Attending: University of Oklahoma  Intended major: Psychology. For as long as I can remember, I have been captivated by the complexities of...

Diving into Education

Safety and Security Safety in schools is an evergreen concern, and the first line of security is the campus police.  “Every university in Tulsa has its...

Pitchlynn’s Poems, Reimagined

The new CD Poems to Songs: Hatchootucknee (Snapping Turtle) can be seen, at least in part, as a family affair – that is, if...

Opening the Door to Innovation

Beloved Oklahoman Will Rogers once said: “America is the land of opportunity, and don’t ever forget it.” In the same spirit, the Oklahoma Department...

Community Effort Pays Off

Reaching skyward from the Canadian County prairie, Piedmont’s first two-story brick building houses the Piedmont Historical Society Museum. The structure was built in 1917...

The Lap of Luxury

A Pop of Color Photos by Justin Miers Photography A show car garage, visible from inside the house through glass walls, is a great first impression...

The Draw of Lake Living

Located in the northeast corner of Delaware County and skirting the eastern shore of the massive Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees, Grove has a...

Home on the Range

If you’re a big fan of Oklahoma’s myriad nature offerings, being a park ranger might be the perfect job for you. Constantly outdoors and...

Rendezvous Pizza

Touting a “long-time love affair with Detroit-style pizza,” Rendezvous Pizza in OKC is a one-stop-shop for wings, pies and cold beer on tap. A hallmark...

The Many Moods of Montenegro

Called ‘Little Russia’ and ‘the Switzerland of the Adriatic,’ the uniqueness of Montenegro provides many moods. Meaning ‘black mountain,’ Montenegro is a stunning destination...

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State

All things Oklahoma

Examining the Market

What happens when inflation hits an all-time high in the last 40 years, the S&P 500 (a stock market index tracking the stock performance...

The Leavening Power of Humor

Vida and Daniel Schuman, Oklahoma Magazine’s publisher and president/editorial director, respectively, have graciously allowed my writing to occupy this space for well over 15...

Staying Vigilant 

Human trafficking, a difficult topic to discuss, can feel very removed from the typical Oklahoman’s daily life. But according to local experts, it’s happening...

A Sage Investment

Paying off ransomware attackers is something business owners don’t exactly like to think about. Yet, just about every 11 seconds, bad actors from around...

Gas Prices, Demystified

Decisions made by the leaders of nations can affect oil supply and demand, explains Tom Seng, director of the School of Energy at the...

A-OK at OVAC

A group in Oklahoma is dedicated to supporting visual artists through promotion, education, funding and connection. That organization is the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition...

An Anticipated Centennial

In the classic novel The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck called Route 66 the “Mother Road.” In the 1930s, the paved road carried hundreds...

Main Street, America

Oklahoma’s favorite son Will Rogers once said: “We do more talking about progress that we do progressing.” And in some Oklahoma cities, progress often...

A Sharp Set of Skills

“I’m drawn to the frontier style because of the materials I get to use,” explains bladesmith and SDS Knifeworks owner Shawn Shropshire. “The patina....

Change in the Air

Integral infrastructure updates are just around the corner for the 24 museums and sites owned by the Oklahoma Historical Society, and caretakers are practically...

Examining the Market

What happens when inflation hits an all-time high in the last 40 years, the S&P 500 (a stock market index tracking the stock performance...

Pitchlynn’s Poems, Reimagined

The new CD Poems to Songs: Hatchootucknee (Snapping Turtle) can be seen, at least in part, as a family affair – that is, if...

Community Effort Pays Off

Reaching skyward from the Canadian County prairie, Piedmont’s first two-story brick building houses the Piedmont Historical Society Museum. The structure was built in 1917...
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Life & Style

a map to living well

A Taste of Spain

Culture, climate and geography converge in Spain to produce some of the most highly prized foods in the world, including olive oils, cheeses and...

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Welcome to the Circus

The Big Top hasn’t left town, but Hugo – long the winter home of circus shows – no longer calls itself “Circus City U.S.A.” Although...

Back Pain 101

Back pain is one of the most common reasons to seek medical care, says Santaram Vallurupalli, M.D., an OU Health orthopedic surgeon and assistant...

Clean Home, Happy Home

Whether you’re ready to go through the fanfare of some summer cleaning or are noticing a slight decline in the normal radiance of your...

A Taste of Spain

Culture, climate and geography converge in Spain to produce some of the most highly prized foods in the world, including olive oils, cheeses and...

Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

A Seed that Blossomed

There are over a million restaurants in the United States. Each year, the James Beard Foundation chooses the 20 best to compete for its...

Nabati

Creative Mediterranean and vegan dishes beckon from the Nabiti menu, including the Zaatar pizza, a sublime perfection of herbs, olive oil and tomatoes, and...

Sugar Llamas

Sugar Llamas is a quirky and colorful ice cream parlor, coffee house and local donut shop – all with the very best in ingredients....

A Culinary Destiny

Quinn Carroll’s success as a chef might have as much to do with his character as his skills in the kitchen. “I treat everyone with...

Made with Love

Nestled within the bustling Plaza District of Oklahoma City, Made with Love lives up to its name. The simple but over arching philosophy at...

A Seed that Blossomed

There are over a million restaurants in the United States. Each year, the James Beard Foundation chooses the 20 best to compete for its...

Rendezvous Pizza

Touting a “long-time love affair with Detroit-style pizza,” Rendezvous Pizza in OKC is a one-stop-shop for wings, pies and cold beer on tap. A hallmark...
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Where & When

great things to do in oklahoma

Original Content Abounds

August soon arrives, and instead of blockbusters and sequels, it’s mostly a month filled with original films, unattached to previously existing IP. A rarity...

Sports and Art Prevail

From art and sporting events to barrel racing and rodeos, Oklahoma is chock-full of events around the town. For art enthusiasts, visit 108 Contemporary from...

A Jam-Packed Month

Gather the family and visit numerous community events in Tulsa, OKC and other cities this month. Tulsa offers the Second Saturday Architecture Tour on Aug....

A Heatwave of Hits

Whether you’re in the mood for horror, a Marvel installation,
a documentary or an action movie, July’s jam-packed.

Join the Fun

If you’re looking for a way to spend your Independence Day, Oklahoma’s got options. Tulsa offers FreedomFest at Tulsa River Parks on July 4;...

A Myriad of Stories to Tell 

Get ready to have your senses flooded this July with a variety of performance options in the major metros. At the Tulsa PAC, you’ve got...

The Draws of Summer Cinema

June has arrived! As we take a moment to realize we’ve (somehow) entered the sixth month of a year that feels like a repeat...